Making a difference in the digital age

Through technology, non-profit organisations are able to raise funds faster, recruit more volunteers and better coordinate efforts, but the transition has not been without challenges. —

When it was pouring in December last year, Chandra Arjun and friends were monitoring social media for the inevitable aftermath – homes devastated by sludge and muck.

The goal was to help clean up and collect rubbish and other waste to alleviate the burden of those affected by floods, the mission of Cuci Malaysia, an NGO Chandra manages as president.

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